Mopar Brake Controller 82215652AB

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Installed one of these this morning. Was pretty straightforward except for getting the 12v outlet removed. I used a dorman tool that looked the the one in the picture on the instructions, but it got stuck in the socket and I couldn't get it out for anything. Ended up having to DESTROY the 12v outlet with a combination of diagonal cutters, needle nose and vice grips. This was fine as none of the 12v outlet assembly is reused. Looking forward to using it to pull the camper. Watched a Youtube video to supplement the illustrated instructions.
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Installed one of these this morning. Was pretty straightforward except for getting the 12v outlet removed. I used a dorman tool that looked the the one in the picture on the instructions, but it got stuck in the socket and I couldn't get it out for anything. Ended up having to DESTROY the 12v outlet with a combination of diagonal cutters, needle nose and vice grips. This was fine as none of the 12v outlet assembly is reused. Looking forward to using it to pull the camper. Watched a Youtube video to supplement the illustrated instructions.
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Where did you buy this?

I towed a single-axle camper with my JKU, that had an after market brake control, and I've been wondering if I needed a control for the 392.
 
Items Qty Price
Integrated Trailer Brake Controller Kit - 2018+ Jeep Wrangler JL & 2020+ Jeep Gladiator JT 82215652AB
SKU: 82215652AB
1$314.95
Subtotal $314.95
Shipping & Handling $0.00
Grand Total$314.95
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Might've paid too much, but man I can't find places that have anything in stock. My dealer just quoted me $35 for a MO-041 oil filter. They don't have one in stock but think they can get one..... I may just keep running the 899 oil filters.
 
Installed one of these this morning. Was pretty straightforward except for getting the 12v outlet removed. I used a dorman tool that looked the the one in the picture on the instructions, but it got stuck in the socket and I couldn't get it out for anything. Ended up having to DESTROY the 12v outlet with a combination of diagonal cutters, needle nose and vice grips. This was fine as none of the 12v outlet assembly is reused. Looking forward to using it to pull the camper. Watched a Youtube video to supplement the illustrated instructions.
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I was having a deja vu while reading your post, exact same thing happened to me as I was watching some guys video showing how easy it was for him to 1-2-3 do it and I am going through hell with it.
 
Where did you buy this?

I towed a single-axle camper with my JKU, that had an after market brake control, and I've been wondering if I needed a control for the 392.
I installed one in my Gladiator as it is diesel and I tow a boat.

The 392 will only occasionally pull something so I decided not to spend the 250-300 and the couple hours under the dash.

Instead, a friend with a 6 banger Jeep suggested I do what he does and he said it works perfect and can onviously be used on multiple vehicles very easily.

Ignore the price, I paid half the posted price for mine. The price is BS.

 
Echo mobile is great, use that in my gasser and the Mopar in the diesel
 
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